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University of Glasgow

Sayantan Ghosal

Sayantan Ghosal is Adam Smith Chair in Political Economy at the University of Glasgow, a member of ESRC’s Strategic Advisory Board, a managing editor of the NIESR Economic Review and an expert member of the UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab. His research interests include behavioral poverty traps, strategic foundations of general equilibrium, sovereign debt crisis and political economy. He is a PI on two UKRI grants examining poverty and exclusion and a project funded by the Rebuilding Macro Network.

University of Cambridge

Chryssi Giannitsarou

Chryssi Giannitsarou is a Reader in Macroeconomics and Finance at the University of Cambridge, Fellow of King’s College Cambridge, Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR London), a member of the Centre for Macroeconomics (CFM). Her research is on the intersection of macroeconomics and finance. Recently she has been working on understanding the effects of Covid-19 on the macroeconomy and financial markets.

University of Glasgow, UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence

Kenneth Gibb

Kenneth Gibb is a professor in economics at the University of Glasgow where he directs the ESRC UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE). Ken’s research interests are in the economics, finance and public policy analysis of housing. He is a former managing editor of Urban Studies and is currently associate editor of Housing, Theory and Society. Within CaCHE, he has led projects on housing wealth inequalities, tenement retrofitting, rent controls, the impact of housing associations, housing and systems-thinking and work on investment appraisal and housing, and on funding and delivering housing interventions.

University of Glasgow

Ewan Gibbs

Ewan Gibbs is an economic historian of modern Scotland. His research interests include working-class politics and protest, deindustrialization, nationalism and energy history. Last year, Ewan published his first book, Coal Country: The Meaning and Memory of Deindustrialization in Postwar Scotland. He recently started a three-year British Academy-Wolfson fellowship on energy transitions during the UK’s long movement out of coal since the mid-20th century.

University of Rome Tor Vergata

Simona Giglioli

Simona Giglioli is a PhD student at University of Rome Tor Vergata and her research interests relate to Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy. She has a Bachelor degree and a Master in Economics from the University of Turin, a Master of Arts in Economics from Collegio Carlo Alberto (Turin) and a Master of Philosophy in Economics from Bocconi University (Milan). Simona worked at the European Central Bank in microprudential and macroprudential supervision and she has been a research intern at the Bank of Italy in the Monetary Analysis division.

Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge

Sam Gilbert

Sam Gilbert is the author of Good Data: An Optimist’s Guide to Our Digital Future, and an affiliated researcher at the Bennett Institute for Public Policy at the University of Cambridge. His research interests include the political legitimacy of big tech companies and methods innovation using Google search data. He was previously Employee No.1 and Chief Marketing Officer at the fintech “unicorn” ManyPets, and held senior product, growth, and strategy roles at the data company Experian and the bank Santander.